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Nakisa expands reseller partnership beyond Australia

01 Dec 15

Nakisa and Presence of IT have entered into a new reseller partnership agreement to support the growing customer demand in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) and North American regions.

Nakisa is a human capital management (HCM) and financial enterprise solutions provider, and Presence of IT specialises in HR/Payroll and Workforce Management solutions.

Presence of IT has been a long-standing service partner of Nakisa in Australia. Under the new agreement, the company will also become an official Nakisa referral and reseller partner globally.

“By building on our long-standing industry expertise, our innovative enterprise solutions, for both cloud and on premise have enabled Nakisa to become a leader in the HCM market,” says Asdrúbal Pichardo, Nakisa SVP of global sales.

“This partnership will allow us to serve the APJ market with increased speed, innovation and efficiency while supporting Presence of IT with its global expansion efforts,” he says.

According to Pichardo, Presence of IT’s depth of expertise and focus in HCM and workforce planning business solutions make Presence of IT a critical partner in reselling Nakisa solutions, and will help to meet the continued demand in the APJ and North America markets.

“The expanded partnership with Nakisa perfectly complements our range of HCM solutions, providing customers with enhanced end-to-end HCM service offerings”, says Thomas Gudman, Presence of IT COO.

“Clients benefit from this new partnership by getting access to cutting-edge HR solutions and services from one vendor.”

Working with a global network of partners, Nakisa serves over 800 enterprise customers globally and more than four million subscribers in 24 industries.

With their combined industry expertise, both Nakisa and Presence of IT say they are well positioned to deliver enterprise solutions for businesses across a range of industries. 

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